A new survey shows that British people hold huge misconceptions on numerous key social issues, including immigration.
The poll, carried out by the Royal Statistical Society alongside Kings College London, shows that the British public believe that ...
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Tough new regulations aimed at curbing the number of migrants entitled to bring their families into Britain could end up costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds, according to a report published on Tuesday.
Last year, the UK set a minimum earnings requirement of £18,600 – or more if there were children involved – for a...
A collaboration between Australia and Canada has resulted in more than 100 countries now having access to eMedical, Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s (DIAC) new electronic health processing system that enables more efficient and cost-effective visa processing.
eMedical is an updated and improved version of the former ‘eHealth’ online system used to record the health examination...
The Irish government has announced a number of new measures designed to allow employers in the country to gain easier access to skilled non-EEA (European Economic Area) candidates.
The government has introduced a number of changes, including increa...
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigerian economy and finance minister and former World Bank managing director, has attacked the UK government's proposals for a £3,000 visa bond, saying the Home Office's proposals are counter to the spirit of bi-lateral agreements aimed at boosting trade and investment.
“Frankly we are baffled by the whole thing. This is a very...
The Malaysian government has introduced a new five-year multiple entry visa in a bid to attract more foreign business investors.
The visa will enable business investors to enter Malaysia without having to first apply for a two-year employment pass ...
The UK and Germany have been the biggest recipients of migrants fleeing countries most affected by the global economic downturn, an international think-tank said on Thursday.
A report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Dev...
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